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THROUGH THE PURPOSEFUL EX- 
PERIENCES AT THE STOUT INSTITUTE 
ARE EVOLVED THE DISTINCTIVE 
SKILL AND UNDERSTANDING WHICH 
CHARACTERIZE THE STOUT GRAD- 
UATES. THE MEASURE OF SUCCESS 
THAT THE COLLEGE ENJOYS IS IN 
DIRECT PROPORTION TO THE EDU- 
CATIONAL SERVICE WHICH IT 
RENDERS TO THE INDIVIDUAL STU- 
DENT, FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF 
WHOSE PERSONALITY AND PRO- 
FESSIONAL ABILITY THE COLLEGE 
EXISTS. 







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PAUL R. BROWN, £<&^ JOSEPH A. TONDRYK, JR, BuUm 




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The Tower staff of The Stout Institute 
presents to you a pictorial representation 
of the life and work of its students- 







Our college ... on the shores of Lake 
Menomin, its "towers and battlements 
bosom'd high in tufted trees". . . . 



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SENATOR JAMES H. STOUT 





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Menomonie was the first city in the 
United States to provide organized and 
systematic instruction in Industrial Arts 
and Home Economics in all grades of 
the public schools. These facilities 
were made possible ihrough the keen 
interest and the great generosity of 
Senator James H. Stout. From the work 
begun in the schools of the city in 1890 
developed the Stout Training Schools, 
organized in 1903. 



In 1908 came the separation of the 
Training Schools, then known as The 
Stcut Institute, from the school system 
of Menomonie. After the death of 
Senator Stout in 1910, the college was 
taken over by the state. Today, the 
college is a monument to James H. 
Stout; it is the "lengthened shadow of 
a great man". 



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DR. LORENZO DOW HARVEY 



In 1903 Lorenzo Dow Harvey came to 
Menomonie to be superintendent of 
the schools of the city. In 1908, with 
the separation of The Stout Institute 
from the school system of Menomonie, 
he was appointed President of the 
college. The early development of 
the work of the school was due to the 
efforts of Mr. Stout; the later develop- 
ment and progress were brought about 
by Mr. Stout and Dr. Harvey working 
together. The latter was a man of 
energy, conviction, and zeal. To the 
building of the college he brought a 
large capacity for organization and 
leadership. He was an able adminis- 
trator; but he was, first of all, a great 
teacher. 











To the Class of 1938: 

I wonder . . . Has Stout given you a proper background for a successful teaching career? 
If you have the same teacher philosophy that characterized educators of forty-five, twenty- 
five, or even five years ago, you are not prepared to do the teaching demanded during 
the next five years. 

"New times demand new measures and new men", quoted from civil war literature, was 
never truer than it is today. If we of 1938 still feel that we are delegated to teach only 
literature, science, mathematics, or trades, we are far from the mark. Here in America 
new problems face us and must be solved, better by teachers than by politicians and office 
holders. 

Recently individual liberties were in danger. Genuine democracy is an issue. There is 
danger that inherent rights guaranteed by the framers of our constitution are being sold 
by millions for a "mess of pottage". Individual effort, initiative, and determination are be- 
ing weakened. The power of government is becoming a menace because individual convic- 
tions are being dulled by state and national aids. Thinking is being done for us, not by us. 
We need to teach and we need to cultivate a deep regard for democracy, to develop qualities 
of character and methods of action peculiarly necessary in a democracy and to stimulate 
an active interest in the development of democratic ideals and a love for those liberties 
possible only in a democratic form of government. No emergency is great enough, no mis- 
fortune deep enough to justify the surrender of democratic ideals as America has known 
them these hundred and fifty years. 

Teachers of America have a sacred duty to perform. They may make it possible for the 
children of America to enjoy the liberties characteristic of America. 



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CLYDE A. BOWMAN 
Dean, Division ot 
Industrial Education 




RUTH E. MICHAELS 
Dean, Division ot 
Home Economics 




J. ERLE GRINNELL 
Director, Department of 
Libera! Arts; English 




MERLE M. PRICE 
Dean ot Men 
History 




GEORGIA H. ABER 
Home Economics Education 




KETURAH ANTRIM 
Physical Education 




FREDA M. BACHMANN 
Biological Science 




WILLIAM BAKER 
Printing 






HAROLD COOKE WALTER C, CRAWFORD 

Music Physical Education 





M. WINNONA CRUISE 

Nutrition 



FRED L. CURRAN 
Industrial Education 



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JOHN M. DAWLEY 
Social Science 



HELEN DRULEY 
Refafed Arts 











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HARRY F. GOOD DANIEL GREEN 

Industrial Education Drawing 




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Advanced Woodwork Director of Nursery School 



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LILLIAN FROGGATT 
Librarian 



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RAY F. KRANZUSCH 
Industrial Education 



GERTRUDE M. O'BRIEN HENRIETTE L. QUILLING 

Reqislraz Honie Economics 

Education 




MILDRED L. LAWTON 
Home Administration 



MABEL H. LEEDOM 
Chemistry 



RUTH M. LUSBY 
Foods 





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MARY M. McCALMONT 
Chemistry 



HAROLD C. MILNES 
Machine Shop 



PAUL C. NELSON 
Woodwork and Carpentry 



J. EDGAR RAY 
Drawing 



CORYDON L. RICH 
Mathemafies and Science 




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MABEL ROCERS BOYD C. SHAFER 

Foods and Nutrition Social Science 



LABAN C. SMITH GLADYS TRULLIN3ER FRANK E. TUSTISON 

Psychology Home Economics Mathematics. Science 

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HAZEL VAN NESS LETITIA E. WALSH ROBERT L. WELCH 

Clothing Home Economics Vocafionat Industrial 

Education Education 




RAY WIGEN ISABELLE R. WILLIAMS 

Woodworking Physiology 





BRUCE R. ANTRIM 
Assistant Librarian 

MARGARET E. SANTEE 
Executive Secretary 










BRYARD M. FUNK 
Business Manager 

MRS. GRACE M. DOW 
Director of Halls and 
Housing 



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DR. JULIUS BLOM 
College Physician 



THERESA H. STOLEN 
College Nurse 



JOSEPH T. BURNS 
Chiet Engineer 

LARMON PRICE 
Stenographer 






MINNIE BECKER 
Stenographer 



AGNES WINSTON 
Stenographer 



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SENIOR OFFICERS 



GORDON VON GONTEN 

Racine, Wisconsin 

President 



MARJORY STEINER 

Appleton, Wisconsin 

Secretary 




JANE QUILLING 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 
Vice-President 



KEIL BLANK 
Oconto. Wisconsin 
Treasurer 




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LORRAINE AUSMAN 
Elk Mound, Wisconsin 



WARD BAKKEN 
Menomonie. Wisconsin 



ANTHONY BAUDEK 
Aurora. Wisconsin 



FLORENCE BOEHLKE 
Eau Claire, Wisconsin 



MARIE AVERILL 
Lugerville, Wisconsin 



VELMA BARTLETT 
Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin 



NEIL BLANK 
Oconto, Wisconsin 



RINALDO BONACCI 
Aurora, Minnesota 



JOHN BROPHY LOWELL BROWN 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin Menomonie. Wisconsin 



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VIRGINIA BRYANT 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 



ARDYS CHRISTIANSEN 
Amery, Wisconsin 

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DOROTHY ERICKSON 
Osseo. Wisconsin 



JOHN FORTIN 
Knapp, Wisconsin 



STANLEY FOX 
Osseo. Wisconsin 



ERNEST FREY 
Seattle. Washington 



AGNES FRIEDL 
Antigo. Wisconsin 



RUTH GOOD 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 




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LORENE GRASLIE 
Spring Valley. Wisconsin 



JEANNETTE HANSEN 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 







IRENE CHRISTOPHERSEN DORIS DEE 

Menomonie, Wisconsin Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin 



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GEORGIA DUESING EDNA EBERT 

Menomonie, Wisconsin Ashland, Wisconsin 



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BETTY KEITH MABJ^^ELLEN 

Menomor.ie, Wisconsin ^•fclmwood, ^Visconslij^* 



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EARL LAATSCH 
Milwaukee. Wisconsin 



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EDWIN HARRINGTON 
Superior. Wisconsin 



AGNES HED 
Crandon. Wisconsin 



JACK HELLUM 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 



HENRV HULTER 
Superior, Wisconsin 



WESTON JENSEN 
Ashland. Wisconsin 



ROBERT O. JOHNSON 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 




WILLIAM JOHNSON 
Menasha. Wisconsin 



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JOHN LANCKTON 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 



GEOBGE LARTZ 
Suring, Wisconsin 



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Racine, Wisconsin 



WILLIAM LEYHE 
Plymouth. Wisconsin 



MARJORIE LULLOFF 
Greenleaf, Wisconsin 



VELDA MILRROT 
Oalcfield. Wisconsin 



HARRIET MILLIREN 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 



JEANNE MYRON 
Baldwin, Wisconsin 



ARTHUR MATHER 
Nevada. Iowa 



NORMAN MILLER 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 



ALBERT MUELLER 
New Glarus, Wisconsin 



ELEANOR NELSON 

Wisconsin Rapids, 

Wisconsin 





EUGENE NEUBAUER 
Menomonie. Wisconsin 



GERHARDT NEUBAUER 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 



LORENZO NEWMAN MARY O'HARA 

Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin Harmony. Minnesota 



HARRY OLSTAD 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 



BERNARD PORTER 
Madison, Wisconsin 



HAROLD PAULSON 
Stoughton, Wisconsin 



ROSELYN POTTER 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 



BETTY PRIBNOW 
Glidden. Wisconsin 



SENIOR 



JOHN PRICE 
Milwaukee, Wisconsir 



SARA QUILLING 
Menomonie. Wisconsin 



ALMA RAUSCH 
Minneapolis. Minnesota 



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EDITH SLATER MARY FRANCES SNIVELY 
Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin Menomonie. Wisconsin 



GEORGE SOGGE 
Manitowoc, Wisconsin 



LEO STYER 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 



VERNON VINCENT 
Eau Claire, Wisconsin 



REBECCA STERNER 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 



ELIZABETH TRETTIN 
Appleton, Wisconsin 



EDNA VOIGHT 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 




VAUN RICHERT 
Momonie. Wisconsin 



HARRIET SCHNITGER 
Watertown, Wisconsin 




CLASS 



ELEANOR SEGERSTROM ELLIOT SELVES 
Rice Lake, Wisconsin Neillsville, Wisconsin 






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EARL VOLP 
Menomonie. Wisconsin 



BETTY WEBB 
Viola, Wisconsin 



WILLIAM WIVELL 
Taconite, Minnesota 



MARION WAGNER 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 



DONALD WIELAND 
Arcadia, Wisconsin 



DORIS FLICK 

La Crosse, Wisconsin 



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CLARENCE ALLEN 
Wausau. Wisconsin 

MARGARET AMUNDSON 
New Auburn. Wisconsin 



FLORENCE BECKER 
Le Center, Minnesota 

LOUISE BENNETT 
Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin 



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FREDERICK BLAIR 
Menomonie. Wisconsin 

MARCIA BLANK 
Milan, Wisconsin 



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EVERETT BOLDUC 
Crandon, Wisconsin 




ELAINE BOURGEOIS 
Two Rivers, Wisconsin 




DOROTHY BOUSLEY 
Iron River, Wisconsin 




PAUL BTIOWN / WILLIAM CHRISTENSEN MAXINE CLARK HOWARD DAHER 

Alexandria, Minrresota^7 INeench. Wisconsin Menomonie, Wisconsin Columbus, Wisconsin j 





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! HELEN DAWSON 
[Cuba City, Wisconsin 



PHYLLIS DE BOER 
Baldwin, Wisconsin 






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RUTH FAHLING 
Cassville, Wisconsin 




BERTRAND ENGEL 
Madison, Wisconsin 





MARGARET ENGELDINGER OWIN FAHLING 

Durand, Wisconsin Cassville, Wisconsin 





KAREN FOSDAL 
Stoughton, Wisconsin 



MARGARET GIBSON 
Menomonie. Wisconsin 






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MARGARET GUNDERSON 
Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin 

THELMA HAAYA 
Owen, Wisconsin 



GENEVIEVE HANSON 
Amherst, Wisconsin 

FRANCES HARTUNG 
Arkansaw, Wisconsin 



ROLAND HUEBNER 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

GRACE JENS 
Manitowoc, Wisconsin 



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LUCILLE JOSHUA 
Knapp, Wisconsin 



DONALD KEES 
Durcmd. Wisconsin 



HAROLD KEES 
Durand, Wisconsin 

CATHERINE KIRK 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 



KATHRYN KRAUSE 
Berlin. Wisconsin 

EDWARD KRIZ 
Milwaukee. Wisconsin 




RUTH LAATSCH 
Milwaukee. Wisconsin 



ARDIN LARSON 
Madison. Wisconsin 



CHLOE LARSON 
Taylor, Wisconsin 





LARSO 
, Whitehall. Wisconsin 



DORA MATZ HAROLD McCLUNG MARY HELEN McGUINNESS MARLYS MEDTU| 

Frederic. Wisconsin Menomonie. Wisconsin Menomonie. Wisconsin Menomonie. Wiscoal 









DONALD MILLER 
Menomonie. Wisconsin 





ROWLAND MORRISON 
Madison. Wisconsin 



GARDNER NADEN 
Webster City, Iowa 



MARGARET NICHOLS 
Whitehall. Wisconsin 






BERT MIZUHA EILERT MOLDENHAUER 

Wailuku. Maui, Hawaii Fall Creek. Wisconsin 



JEAN MORGAN 
Whitewater. Wisconsin 



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GARNETT NOBIENSKY 
Janesville. Wisconsin 

AGATHA NORTON 
De Pere. Wisconsin 



WILLIAM ODELL 
Eureka, Wisconsin 

INEZ OLSEN 
Elcho, Wisconsin 



DOROTHY OOSTERHOUS 
Appleton. Wisconsin 

DELMAR OWENS 
Knapp, Wisconsin 





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MARY ROWE QUILLING 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 



LESTER REYNOLDS 
Biwabik. Minnesota 4 * 

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SARAH ROBERTS VjL WILLIS ROCKWELL y~ ROBERT RUMSEY**^ LAWRENCE SCfc 



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SARAH ROBERTS *vL WILLIS ROCKWELL 
Union Grove, Wisconsin Kenosha, Wisconsin 






ROBERT RUMSEY 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 



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LAWRENCE SCHAUDE 
Oshkosh, Wisconsin 








LOIS SCHREIN 
Chippewa Falls, Wiscc 



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)THY SCHULTZ 
pgan. Wisconsin 



ROBERT SCHULTZ 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 





SYDNEY SCOVILLE 
Kenosha, Wisconsin 



HELEN SEDIVY 
Phillips. Wisconsin 




LORRAINE SELL 
Glidden, Wisconsin 




SISTER MARY DORIS 
La Crosse. Wisconsin 




SISTER MARY TELESPHORE 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 




SISTER MARY VITERBIA 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 



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GLYNN SKINNER 
Eveleth. Minnesota 

JEANNETTE SLAMEN 
Morris, Minnesota 



HELEN SMITH 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 

MYRTLE SMITH 
Calamaine, Wisconsin 



JEAN SNOYENBOS 
Mondovi, Wisconsin 

JAMES SOLBERC 
Elk Mound. Wisconsin 




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STANLEY SORENSEN 
Kenosha. Wisconsin 

SHERWOOD SPREITER 
Menomonie, Wisconsin 



JOSEPH STANGL 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

FREDDIE STARCK 
Augusta, Wisconsin 



CARL STUKEY 
Great Falls, Montana 

LORRAINE SWANSON 
Washburn, Wisconsin 



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MARGARET TREWEEK 
Rhinelander, Wisconsin 




GRETCHEN TRUSSLER 
Mondovi, Wisconsin 




MARIAN TURNER 
Phillips, Wisconsin 




DORIS TUTTLE 
Oconto Falls, Wisconsin 




IRVIN VOGTSBERGER WILLIAM VOSS ELIZABETH WATSON MARGARET WATSON ANN WEITTENHSK 

Menomonie. Wisconsin Mountain Iron, Minnesota Applelon, Wisconsin Manitowoc, Wisconsin Argyle, Wisconiij 



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Sophomore Officers 




Goto. Treasurer: Domke. Vice-President; Steinburg, Secretary; 
Bassler, President 




We Design Homes 



HoHister, Lemke. Breitzman 



Congeniality 
Reigns 




Govin. Nogle, O'Meara, Tutile, Naulin, Sibley 



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Nutrition Provides Many 

Interesting Experiments 

for the Students 




Orlady. Doerfler. E. Becker. Bargman 




Mathematics is a Favorite 
among the Men 



Barnoske. Hawkinson, Kraft, Jesse! 




Every Man 
Has Wondered 
about Its 
Mechanism 



Webert. Tiffany, Tasker, O. Johnson, Barbo 



SofiAamo^ed 



Biology is a Fascinating 

Adventure into the World 

of the Infinitely Small 




Schilling, Blair, Ekstrand. Brekke, Green, L. Hanson, 
Michaels, Chenoweth. King, B. Smith, Byrne 




Metal Work Is One of the 
Various Crafts Taught at Stout 



K. Martin. Will, Sell 



The Foods 
[laboratory is 
a Workshop 
for Students 
in Home- 
making 




Ray, Luebke, Scott, E. Quilling, Baxter, Waller, Reese 



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Case, Moore, Buethe, Zeiltnger 




The Way to Classes 
Leads out from the 
Elevator Doors 



I. Slyer, Otteson, Bartell, H. OUon. Billiet. Whydotslci. Kinney 



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On This Graceful Staircase 
Students Assemble 



A Comer of the Dining Room 





King, Vaaler. Turner, Leist, Snell, Wild. Jackson 



Stover, B. Smith, Jones, Schilling, J. Johnson, Joos. Leist, Bunge, 
Richardson, Kuenzi. Goeres 



It's Logarithms 




Johnson, Tondryk, Redgren, Stolfo 




After Dinnei 



Clark, Roach. Taylor, Shearer, Kirk, Olson, Folk 



Stout Has Led 

the Way in 

Home 

Economics 




Perry, Turner, Benn, Morris, Owen, Thompson, Hill. Larson 




Men Learn the Usefulness 
of Wood 



Styer, Erpenbach, Lamphere, Koch, Wiennan. Hillman, Pagel, MacGregor 



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Freshman Class Officers 



As a Major Interest or as a 
l Hobby, Art Affords Lifelong 
Pleasure 




Steber. Treasurer; Ban. Secretary; Roethe. Vice-President. 
Wischan, President 



Roy, Goehring, Wunrow. Strahm, Willems 



Classes over for the Day 



Literature is Always Fascinating 




Anderson, Billmayer. R. Nelson, Wernlund. Gibson, Dockar 



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Bagan, Meittunen, Lange. Kasmark, Sule 




Creative Art Work 



Olson, Score. Nelson, Morrison. Edwards. Trezonc, Horman, Goodwin 







Artistic Impulses Developed in 

College Often Bring Life- 
long Satisfaction 



To the Gymnasium for Sports 



Ainger. Steokling, Michelbook. M. Johnston. Bow 





Schneider. Ruedebusch. Ruehl, Jensen 



"Pica" 



Mitchell, Leyhe. DeGrand. Smith. Kinney 



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What Sheet Metal Pattern 
Do You Want Designed? 



Sandow. Rathlesberger. Hub. Reifenauer. Schwartz. Hill. 
St ration, Weber 




Textiles 



Ban. Strong. Muenchow. Rilling. Johnson, Brunner, McMahon, Scheer. Carry), Curtis 



Printing Is Interesting 
to All Men 




Radkte. Wischan, Tylee, Drake. Hasse, Hintzman, Bakken. Clementson 




Hansen, Ecke, Sally, Rodan, Heuse:. Steckling, Zasirow 



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Girls from All Parts of the 
United States Form Lasting 
Friendships at Stout 



The Men Test Their 
Patterns In the Shop 




Bitney. Lockerby, Harold, Dehringer, Miller, Ney, Jain, W. Anderson. Burman 




Friendly Associations 

Give Enduring 
Satisfaction 



Farner, Rogers, E, Johnson, Scothorn. Knight, Williams, Abendschein, Norman 



Your Mechanical Skill Is 
Tested In the Machine Shop 




Murphy, Wedekind, Smith, Bressler, Cramer 



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OFFICERS 





OFFICERS 

Eugene Neubouer 

President 

Margaret Amundson 

Vice-President 

Jeanne Myron 

Secretary 

Ir.gmar Barbo 

Treasurer 



E. Neubauer. I, Barbo, J. Myron. M. Amundson 



STOUT STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

Every student enrolled in the college is a member of the 
Stout Student Association. The specific duties of the organiz- 
ation are to encourage a spirit of school co-operation and to 
secure for the students a responsible voice in student affairs. 

The officers of the association act as representatives of 
student opinion before the joint faculty-student committee. 



Ciass of 1938 

Eugene Neubauer, Jeanne Myron 

Class of 1939 

Margaret Amundson 

Class of 1940 
Ingmar Barbo 



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Rear Row: M. Klatt, B, Keith. P. Brown, R. Potter. C. Roethe. B. Milnes 
First Row: R. Johnson, J. Fortin. V. Bryant, A. Pollock, Mr. Ives 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 

The Zeta Beta chapter of Alpha Psi Omega, national honor- 
ary dramatic fraternity, was organized at Stout in 1935. Its 
membership is elected from the Stout dramatic group, the 
Manual Arts players. 

Alpha Psi Omega stimulates interest in dramatic activities 
and brings to the local chapter the advantages of a wide 
association with those interested in the college theater. 



Advisers 
Mr. Ives, Mr. Grinnell 

Class of 1938 

Mary Ellen Klatt. Betty Keith, Roselyn Potter, Robert Johnson, John Fortin, 
Virginia Bryant, Evert Ostroro 

Class of 1939 

Paul Brown. Catherine Roethe. Adrian Pollock, Willis Rockwell 
Class of 1940 

Harold Snyder, Betty Milnes 



ALPHA PSI 
OMEGA 




OFFICERS 

Robert Johnson 
Presidenf 

Virginia Bryant 

Vice-Presidenf 

and Secretary 

Adrian Pollock 

Business Manager 



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OFFICERS 
Arthur Mather 

President 

Oscar Gronselh 

Vice-President 

Stanley Fox 

Secretary and Treasurer 



Rear Row: Mr. Price. Mr. Ray. Mr. Wigen, Mr. Good. E. Clausen 
Third Row: H. Olstad, W. Rockwell. J. Brophy, F. Blair. W. Shaneyfelt. L. 
Schaude 

Second Row: J. Roang, G. Sogge. W. LaTondresse, S. Scoville. W. Christensen. 

O. Fahling. G. Naden 
First Row: R. Hitter. Mr. Bowman. Mr. B. E. Nelson, A. Mather. O. Gronseth 

S. Fox 



EPSILON PI TAU 

Epsilon Pi Tau, a National Honorary Scholastic Fraternity 
in Industrial Arts and Industrial Vocational Education, was 
founded at the Ohio State University in 1929. Theta chapter 
was founded at Stout in 1933. 



Adviser 
Mr. Bowman 

Faculty Members 

Mr. B. E. Nelson. Mr. Brown, Mr. Curran, Mr. Good. Mr. P. C. Nelson, Mr 
Price. Mr. Ray, Mr. Welch. Mr. Wigen. 

Class of 1938 

Harry Olstad, Waller LaTondresse, Arthur Mather, Oscar Gronseth, Stanley 
Fox, John Brophy, George Sogge, Eugene Neubauer, Gerhard! Neubauer, 
Earl Laatsch, Evert Ostrom 

Class of 1939 

Willis Rockwell. William ShaneyJelt. Lawrence Schaude, John Roang. Sidney 
Scoville, Owin Fahling. Frederick Blair. Gardner Naden, Robert Ritter, 
Elmer Clausen, Dean Brown 



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Rear Row: J. Myron. J. Morgan, F, Hartung. F. Boehlke, J. Hansen, R. Laatsch, 

I. Christopherson. M. Treweek, Miss Aber 
Second Bow: Miss Trullinger. Miss Johnson, A. Fried! A. Petersen, M. Averill, 

Miss Quilling, E. Segerstrom. M. Wagner, M. Amundson 
Firsf flow: Miss Cruise, A. Hed, Mrs. Houston, E. Slater, D. Oosterhous C 

Kirk, Miss Michaels, Miss Walsh 



PHI UPSILON OMICRON 

The Tau chapter of Phi Upsilon Omicron. national profes- 
sional fraternity in home economics, was organized at Stout 
in March, 1932. 

In addition to a study program, the group is interested in 
a number of professional projects, among them the award- 
ing of a scholarship to a representative Freshman woman. 



Adviser 
Mrs. Houston 

Faculty Members 

Miss Michaels, Miss Aber, Miss Cruise, Miss Johnson, Miss Quilling, Miss 
Trullinger, Miss Walsh 

Class o/ 1938 

Jeanne Myron. Florence Boehlke, Irene Christopherson, Agnes Friedl, Marie 
Averill, Eleanor Segerstrom, Marian Wagner, Agnes Hed, Edith Slater, 
Jeannette Hansen 

Class of 1939 

Jean Morgan, Francs* Hartung, Ruth Laatsch, Margaret Treweek, Audrey 
Petersen, Margaret Amundson, Dorothy Oosterhous. Catherine Kirk 




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OFFICERS 

Edith Slater 

President 

Catherine Kirk 

Vice-President 

Agnes Hed 

Secretary 

Dorothy Oosterhous 
Treasurer 



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ARTS and 
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OFFICERS 

Earl Lactsch 

Presided* 

Neil Biank 
Vice-President 

Wayne Pool 
Seereicry 

Robert Ritter 
Treasurer 



Rear flow; A. Mather. B. Porter. K. Blank, H. Hulter. W. Rockwell, E. 

Harrington. W. Christensen 
Second flow; W. La Tondresse. L. Schaude. D. Wieland. G. Nobiensky. 

G. Sogge, W. Leyhe 
First flow; Mr. Kranzusch, W. Pool, R. Ritter. E. Laatseh. N. Blank. S. Fox, 

D. Thomas 



ARTS AND CRAFTS 

The men in the Arts and Crafts Club are intensely inter- 
ested in hobbies. In hobbies of every type they center their 
interest, working for the joy of the task, but acquiring also 
abundant ideas and added skills. From their activities in the 
organization they derive all the benefits obtainable from a 
course in crafts. 



Adviser 

Mr. Kranzuseh 

Class of J 938 

Arthur Mather. Bernard Porter. Keil Blank, Henry Hulter. Edwin Harrington. 
Walter La Tondresse. Donald Weiland, George Sogge. William Leyhe, 
Earl Laatseh. Neil Blank. Stanley Fox 

Class of 1939 

Willis Rockwell. William Christensen. Lawrence Schaude, Garnett Nobiensky, 
Wayne Pool, Robert Ritter. David Thomas 



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fleer flow: M. Amundson, V. Ray. A. Norton, M. Blank. I. Christopherson. 
G. Hanson 

Second flow: C. Domke, L. Madden. D. Tuttle. V. Milbrot, C. Roethe. V. Wild. 

M. Blair 

First Row: J. Hansen, M. Averill. Miss Cruise. Miss Walsh, M. Petersen, K. 
Fosdal 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

Each student of home economics at Stout automatically 
becomes a member of the Home Economics Club. 

Each year two members chosen by the club represent the 
organization at the National Convention of Home Economics 
Clubs, and other members attend the meetings of the State 
Educational Association. 



Advisers 
Miss Cruise, Miss Walsh 

Class of 1938 
Irene Christopherson, Velda Milbrot, leannette Hansen, Marie Averill 

Class of 1339 

Margaret Amundson, Agatha Norton, Marcia Blank, Doris Tuttle, Genevieve 
Hanson, Catherine Roethe. Marian Petersen, Karen Fosdal 

Class of 1940 
Virginia Ray, Cecilia Domke, Lois Madden, Virginia Wild, Mary Blair 



HOME 

ECONOMICS 

CLUB 




OFFICERS 

Marie Averill 

President 

leannette Hansen 

Vice-President 

Marian Petersen 
Seereiary 

Karen Fosdal 
Treasurer 



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CLUB 




OFFICERS 

Glyn Skinner 
President 

Will red Anderson 
V icePreside.it 

Robert McLeod 
Secretary 

Leo Styer 
Treasurer 



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Rezi Row: R. Bonacci. L. Brown, K. Seitz, A. Baudek, V. Richert, F. Blair 
First Row: D. Kees. L. Styer, R. McLeod, C. Anderson, G. Skinner, Mr. Milnes 



METALLURGY CLUB 

The Metallurgy Club unites a group of men interested in 
the field of metallic substances. 

The members listen to talks on the art of separating various 
metals from their ores, on the properties of metals and alloys, 
and on the processes of converting metals into manufactured 
products. Individual research, group study and discussion, 
and the occasional appearance of a guest speaker keep 
the men well informed regarding the rapid changes and 
developments in the metal industry. 



Adviser 
Mr. Milnes 

Class of 1938 

Rinaldo Bonacci, Lowell Brown, Anthony Baudek, Vaun Richert, Leo Styer 

Class of 1939 

Frederick Blair, Donald Kees, Robert McLeod, Glyn Skinner 

Class of 1941 

Karl Seitz, Wilfred Anderson 



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Rear Row: K. Krause. M. Gunderson, M, Treweek. L. Zeilinger, V. Milbrot 

D, Matz 

Second Row: C. Larson. D, Erickson, J. Scott. A. Weittenhiller. J. Slamen, 
I. Snoyenbos, E. Trettin 

First Row: G. Swanson, M. Wagner. L. Ausman. D. Tuttle. D. Oosterhaus 

E. Watson 



SCIENCE CLUB 

The members of the Stout Science Club are women of 
the senior college who are interested in chemistry, biology, 
nutrition, dietetics, physiology, or bacteriology. During the 
year each member gives a report upon a subject of scientific 
interest to which she has devoted intensive study. The group 
enjoys several social meetings, a picnic, a tea, and a banquet. 



Advisers 

Miss Bachmann. Miss Cruise, Miss McCalroont. Miss Williams 

Class ot 1938 

Lorraine Ausman, Velda Milbrot, Jeanette Stamen, Marian Wagner Ardys 
Christiansen, Dorothy Erickson, Elizabeth Trettin 

Class of 1939 
Margaret Gunderson. Katherine Krause. Dora Mats, Dorothy Oosterhaus, 
lean Snoyenbos, Margaret Treweek. Doris Tuttle, Elizabeth Watson, Ann 
Weittenhiller, Chloe Larson 

Class ot 1940 

Elizabeth Doerfter. Gyla Swanson, Lorena Zeilinger, Zella Joos, Leila Sibley 
Joyce Scott, Ruth Thompson 




SCIENCE 
CLUB 



OFFICERS 

Lorraine Ausman 
President 

Doris Tuttle 

Vjce-Presidenf 

Marian Wagner 

Secretary 



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OFFICERS 

Robert Martin 
President 

lohn Brophy 

Vice-President 

and Secretary 

William Campbell 

Treasurer 



Rear Row: E. Kriz. A. Pollock. R. Rumsey. P. Brekke. D. Brown 

Second flow: E. Clausen. L. Stolfo. L. Whydotski. D. MacGregor. G. Alt. 

W. Leyhe 
First flow; j. Brophy. Mr. Baker. R. Martin. W. Campbell, O. Gronseth. 
J. Tondryk 



STOUT TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY 

Among the most active groups on the campus is STS, 
the printers' organization. STS brings speakers to the col- 
lege, arranges displays, and distributes information regard- 
ing printing. It sponsors field trips for members of the club 
and encourages representation at craft conventions. 



Adviser 
Mr. Baker 

Class of 1938 

WiHiam Leyhe. John Brophy, Oscar Gronseth 

Class of 1939 
Edward Kriz, Adrian Pollock. Robert Rumsey. Palmer Brekke. Dean Brown. 
Elmer Clausen 

Class of J 940 
Leonard Stolfo. Donald MacGregor, George Alt, William Campbell, Joseph 
Tondryk 

Class of 1941 
Lloyd Whydotski. Robert Martin 



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Rear flow: G. Von Gonten, A. McKernon. D. Hansen, W, Johnson, C. Howard, 

L, Samdahl, P. Pagel. M. Ruud 
Third Row: E. Moldenhauer, S. Skinner, E. Harrington, Coach Crawford. 

W. Campbell, N. Milinovich, P. Murphy 

Second flow: G. Nobiensky, G. Alt, E. Bolduc, E. Beckman, P. Bailev, 

I. Bcrbo 

First flow: J. Dolejs, D. Miller, W. Wivell, S. Spreiter, W. Odell 



*'S" CLUB 

The "S" Club is interested in keeping alive in the college 
an appreciation of the value of athletic training to the in- 
dividual man, in building character, and in developing active 
minds. 

The club awards a jacket to each graduating senior who 
has earned two or more letters in one sport. In 1937-1938 
Joe Dolejs, Mel Ruud, Gordon Von Gonten, William Wivell, 
and Harold Paulson received the awards. 



Advisers 
Mr. Crawford, Mr. Price 

Class of J 938 

Gordon Von Gonten, Melford Ruud, Sidney Skinner, Edwin Harrington, 
Joseph Dolejs, William Wivell 

Class of 1939 
Wallace Johnson, Claude Howard, Eilert Moldenhauer, Nich Milinovich. 
Garnet Nobiensky, Donald Miller, Sherwood Spreiter, William Odell 

Class of 1940 
Arnie McKernon, Donald Hansen, Paul Pagel, William Campbell, George 
Alt, Evert Bolduc, Earl Beckman, Paul Bailey, Ingroar Barbo 

Ciass of 194! 
Leo Samdahl, Pat Murphy 



'S' CLUB 



OFFICERS 
William Wivell 

President 

Donald Miller 

Vice-President 

Sherwood Spreiter 

Secretary 

William Odell 

Treasurer 

Kent Martin 

Sergeant-atArms 



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W. A. A. 




OFFICERS 
Helen Sedivy 

President 
Lorraine Sell 
Vice-President 

Margaret Treweek 
Secretary 

Betty Smith 
Treasurer 



Rear flow; F. Hartung. F. Becker, M. Case. E. Watson, L. Sibley, M. Gunderson. 
H. Pribnow, C. Kirk 

Second flow: Ft. Fahling, H. Smith, E. Kohls, E. Trettin, L. Swanson, M. Wagner, 
E. Tuttle, D. Tuttle 

First flow: E. Becker, M. Treweek. L. Sell, Miss Antrim, H. Sedivy, B. Smith, 
D. Oosterhaus, L. Larson 



WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

An active W.A.A. member spends her spare moments 
gaining hours of credit in sports, — in organized hikes, swim- 
ming parties, hockey, skating, basketball, and volley ball. 
She helps in planning and carrying out the W.A.A. program 
of intramural sports and participates in the water carnival 
sponsored by the W.A.A. in the early spring. 



Adviser 

Miss Antrim 

Class ot 1938 

Marian Wagner, Elizabeth Trettin 

Class of 1939 

Frances Hartung. Florence Becker, Elizabeth Watson, Margaret Gunderson, 
Helen Pribnow. Catherine Kirk. Ruth Fahling, Helen Smith. Doris Tuttle, 
Margaret Treweek, Lorraine Sell, Helen Sedivy, Dorothy Oosterhaus, Leila 
Larson 

Class ot 1940 

Mary Case, Lela Sibley, Lorraine Swanson, Ellen Tuttle, Eleanor Becker 
Betty Smith 

Class ot 1941 
Elfreda Kohls 



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Rear Row: L. Miller, R. Sehultz, R. Smith. R. DeGrande, D. Brown, O. Johnson 
Second flow: B. Mizuha, D. Wieland, F. Morris, C. Christiansen, N. Wedekind, 
R. Trezona P. Camerer 

First Row; H. McClung, J. Ruedebusch, C. Slukey. F. Blair, O. Fah'.ing, 
W. Conrad, Mr. Dawley 



Y. M. C. A. 



To meet the current needs of students has always been 
the guiding principle on which the program of the Young 
Men's Christian Association has been developed. The Y.M.C.A. 
desires to help the student to achieve a satisfying and ade- 
quate preparation for life both in college and after com- 
mencement. 



Adviser 
Mr. Dawley 

Class o/ 1 938 
Donald Wieland, Warren Conrad 

Cass of 1939 

Robert Schultz. Dean Brown, Bert Mizuha, Harold McClung. Carl Slukey. 
Frederick Blair, Owin Fahling 

Class ot 1940 

Loyd Miller, Or vis Johnson, Paul Camerer 

Cfass o/ J 94/ 

Robert Smith, Ralph DeGrande, Frederick Morris, Carl Christiansen. Norman 
Wedekind, Richard Thezona, John Ruedebusch 



Y. M. C. A 



OFFICERS 
Owin Fahling 

President 
Carl Slukey 
Vice-President 

Warren Conrad 
Secretary 

Frederick Blair 
Treasurer 



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OFFICERS 
Audrey Petersen 

President 
Eleanor Morris 
Vice-President 



Rear Row: E. Heuser. M. Forms, M. Gunderson. V. Zastrow, K. Krause. H. 

Pribnow, B. Pribnow, L. Kirk. 
Third Row: E. Allen, V. Owen. H. Richardson. G. Jones. B. Brunner, L 

Kasmark, H. Meittunen. 
Second Row: H. Schnitger. M. Dockar. L. Larson. D. Erickson, A. Christiansen. 

D. Schultz. H. Anderson. J. Hill. 
First Row: L. Swanson, E. Johnson, G. Byrne. Miss McCalmont. Miss Carson, 

A. Petersen, E. Morris, C. Kirk. 



Y, W. C. A. 

Early in the history of Stout a branch of the Young 
Women's Christian Association was established. Opening 
its membership to any girl who wishes to join, offering com- 



Advisers 
Miss McCalmont. Miss Carson. 

Class ot 1938 

Helen Pribnow, Edna Allen, Harriet Schnitger. Dorothy Erickson. Ardys 
Christiansen. 

Class ot 1939 
Margaret Gunderson, Kathryn Krause. Betty Pribnow, Leila Larson. Dorothy 
Schultz. Audrey Peterson, Catherine Kirk. 

Class ot 1940 
Vera Owen, Hortense Richardson. Jean Hill, Lorraine Swanson, Germaine 
Byrne, Eleanor Morris, Louise Kirk. 

Class of 1941 

Ellen Heuser. Margaret Johns, Violet Zastrow, Gwendolyn Jones, Burdine 
Brunner, Lois Kasmark, Hazel Meittunen, Margaret Dockar. Harriette 
Anderson. Elanor Johnson. 






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Rear flow; G. Barr, C, Dreyer, J. Schilling. L. Swansox J. Chenoweth, A. 

Brekke, D. Scothorn, L. Sibley. H. Abenschein 
Fourth flow; N. Seheer, P. Johnson, F. Becker, M. Case. W. Bunge, D. 

Steckling. S. Roberts, C. Wunrow. M. Carryl, G. Hanson 
Third flow: M. Amundson, L. Ausman. M. Redan, J. Morgan, B. Kahabka. Z. 

loos, E. Becker, L. Sell, H. Sedivy, H. Dillon 
Second flow; M. Kuenzi. L. Strahm, J. Slamen. L. Schrein, I. Scoll, C. Rilling, 

R. Lange, J. Ecke, M. Schearer, V. Hickox 
First flow; H. Willems, D. Williams, M. Benn, H. Rogers. M. Knight. M. 

Johnston, E. Jensen, E. Tuttle, H. Lendved 



radeship and good times, the Y.W.C.A. proposes to instill 
ideals of behavior and of thought. It is a wholesome, jelly 
group of girls united by one word — "Christian". 

Class of 1938 
Lorraine Ausman, Jeanette Slamen 

Class of 1539 

Lorraine Swanson, Florence Becker. Sarah Roberts, Margaret Amundson, 
Jean Morgan, Lorraine Sell, Helen Sedivy, Lois Schrein 

Class o/ 1S4Q 

Carol Dreyer, Jeanette Schilling, Estella Chenoweth, Annette Brekke, Lela 
Sibley, Mary Case. Wilma Bunge, Genevieve Hanson, Bemetta Kahabka. 
Zella Joos, Mary Kuenzi, Joyce Scott, Ellen Tuttle, Marguerite Benn 

Class of 1941 
Geraldine Barr, Dorothy Scolhorn, Helen Abenshein, Majesta Shearer. Pearl 
Johnson, Dorothea Steckling. Carol Wunrow, Lois Strahm, Charlotte Rilling. 
Ruth Lange, Jane Ecke, Nora Scheer. Virginia Hickox, Helen Williams, 
Dorothy Williams. Marjorie Johnston. Elizabeth Jensen, Helen Lendved, 
Helen Rogers, Margaret Knight, Marian Carry! 



Y. W. C. A. 




OFFICERS 

Elizabeth Doerfler 
Secretary 

Germaine Byrne 
Treasurer 



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F. O. B. 



OFFICERS 
George Sogge 

President 

Robert Ritter 

Vice-Presidenf 

Garnett Nobiensky 

Secretary 

John Roang 

Treasurer 

William Wivell 

Sergeant-atArms 

Sidney Scoville 

Historian 



Rear: C. Or void, L. Schaude. R. Rumsey, J. Solberg, R. Ritter, G. Von Gonten 
Third Row: J. Dolejs. E. Harrington, J. Bossier, R, Johnson, W. Christiansen, 
R. Wierman 

Second Row: G. Alt, A. Barbo, L Enli, E. Clausen, D. Thomas 

First Row: Mr. Good, W. Wivell, G. Sogge, S. Scoville, J. Roang, Mr. Dawley 



F. O. B. 

F.O.B., the earliest social organization for men on ihe 
Stout campus, is particularly interested in athletics, both intra- 
mural and intra-collegiate. Each year, F.O.B. awards a 
scholarship to the man who has done noteworthy work in 
athletics. To encourage friendly rivalry between the foot- 
ball teams of the Eau Claire Teachers College and The Stout 
Institute, the club offers the "Little Brown Jug" trophy. 

Advisers 
Mr. Good. Mr. Dawley 

Class o/ 1938 

William Wivell, George Sogge, Joseph Dolejs, Robert Johnson, Agdur Barbo. 
Gordon Von Gonten, Edwin Harrington 

Class of 1939 
Chester Orvold. Sidney Scoville, Elmer Clausen, David Thomas, Irwin Eili, 
John Roang, William Christiansen, Lawrence Schaude, Robert Rumsey. James 
Solberg 

Class of 1940 
George Alt 



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Rear Row: E. Neubauer. C. Anderson. P. Pcgel. 0. Johnson. G. Hawkinson 
Third Row: R. Martin, I. Barbo, P. Brown, J. Tondryk, A. Pollock, A. Mather, 
E. Laatsch 

Second Row: R. Morrison, P. Bailey, J. Erpenbach, W. Leyhe, W. Pool. 

W. LaTondresse. P. Nothom, O. Fahling 
First Row: Mr. Grinnell. D. Owens. H. Hulter. J. Fortin, H. Olstad. Mr. 

Shafer. A. Barlelt 



K. F. S. 

The name K.F.S. signifies the threefold objective of this 
social fraternity: knowledge, friendship, and society. 

In 1936, the group established an annual scholarship which 
is awarded to the Stout man who evidences the bsst crafts-. . ^C/2^f 
manship, the highest scholarship, and the most admirable 
attitude toward the college. In the trophy cabinet in the 
library is a silver cup bearing the name of the first two"^ 
recipients of the scholarship. 

Advisers 
Mr. Grinnell. Mr. Shafer 



Class of 1938 
Eugene Neubauer, Arthur Mather, William Leyhe, Earl Laatsch. Waller. 
LaTondresse, Henry Hulter, John Fortin, Harry Olstad 

Class of J 939 

Paul Brown, Adrian Pollock, Rowland Morrison, Wayne Pool, Owin Fahling, 
Delmar Owens 

Class of 1940 
Curtis Anderson, Paul Pagel, Orvis Johnson, Gerald Hawkinson, Ingmar 
Barbo, Joseph Tondryk, Paul Bailey, Jerome Erpenbach, Paul Nothom. 
Arland Bartelt 

Class of 1941 
Robert Martin 



K. F. S 







OFFICERS- ' 

nrJrfluTfer' 

President ' 

Delmar Owens 

Vice-President 

Harry Olstad 
Secretary 

John Fortin 

Treasurer 

Paul Bailey 

Sergeant -at- Arms 

Arland Bartelt 

Historian 



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Roselyn Potter 

President 

Lucille Joshua 

Vice-President 

Margaret Nichols 

Secretary 

Katherine Krause 

Treasurer 



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Rear Row: B. Smith, 0. Bousley. E. Segersrrom, Miss Quilling. J. Snoyenbos. 

M. Turner. L. Larson 
Third Row: H. Taylor, F. Boelke. M. Amundson. K. Fosdal. I- Chenoweth, 

G. Hansen 
Second Row; M. Averill, R. Fahling, V. Bartlett. V. Carroll. V. Billmeyer. 

H. Smith 
First Row: Miss Antrim, R. Potter, L. Joshua, M. Nichols, K. Krause, Miss Aber 



HYPERIAN 

The Hyperian Society, a social group, was organized at 
Stout in 1922. The members are interested in social service. 
Each year, to express their interests, they send a child to 
nursery school and conduct a sale of hand-woven articles 
made at Berea College. In so doing they aid young people 
both in Menomonie and in Berea. 



Advisers 

Miss Antrim, Mrs. Paul Gregg, Miss Aber, Miss Quilling 

Class of 1938 

Eleanor Segerstrom, Florence Boelke, Marie Averill, Velma Bartlett, Roselyn 
Potter, Edith Slater 

Class of 1939 

Dorothy Bousley. Jean Snoyenbos, Marian Turner, Leila Larson, Margaret 
Amundson, Karen Fosdal. Ruth Fahling, Lucille Joshua, Helen Smith, Kathryn 
Krause 

Cass of 1 940 
Betty Smith, Helen Taylor. Jane Chenowe'.h, Virginia Carroll, Virginia 
BiUmayer, La Verne Hanson 

Class of 1941 
Margaret Nichols 



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Rear Row: A. Norton. C. Kirk, R. Folic, I. ChristoHerson, M. Blank, L Madden, 
R. Laaisch 

Second Row; H. Schnitger. V. Luebke. E. Bourgeois, E. Trettin, D. Erickson. 
G. Byrne 

First Row: A. Friedl. T. Haaya, Miss Lusby. A. Hed, C. Roeihe. L. Waller 



PALLAS ATHENE 

Pallas Athene Society, one of the four social organizations 
for women, was organized at Stout in 1934. Indicative of the 
group's place in campus affairs is the fact that for two suc- 
cessive years its float in the homecoming parade has received 
the first prize. The society makes innumerable praiseworthy 
contributions to the life of the college. 

Advisers 
Miss Lusby, Mrs. LaPoinie 

Cass of 1936 

Doris Flick. Agnes Fried!, Agnes Hed, Harriet Schnitger. Elizabeth Treitin. 
Dorothy Erickson 

Class ol 1939 

Elaine Bourgeois. Marcia Blank. Thelma Haaya, Catherine Kirk. Ruth Laatsch, 
Agatha Norton, Catherine Roethe 

Class of 1940 
Louise Kirk, Viola Luebke. Eleanor Morris, Lucille Waller 

Class ol 1941 
Rose Folk 



PALLAS 
ATHENE 



OFFICERS 

Thelma Haaya 

President 

Catherine Roethe 

Vice-President 

Agnes Friedl 

Secretary 

Agnes Hed 
Treasurer 



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MATHEAN 




OFFICERS 

Alma Rausch 

President 

Mary Ellen Klatt 

Vice-President 
Marjorie Steiner 

Secretary 

Marian Petersen 

Treasurer 



Rear flow: V. Ray. L. Graslie. C. Snell. B. Milnes, J. Myron. D. Vaaler M 
Clark, J. Hansen 

Third Row: C Roach. M. Leist. J. Morgan. E. Voight, M. Jackson. C. Domke. 
A. Brekke. V. Bryam 

Second Row: B. Webb, C. Larson, F. Johnson. E. Kohls, V. Wild, M Blair 
E. Ebert 

First Bow: M. Klatt. M. Petersen. A. Rausch. Mrs. Wilson. Miss Lawton 
M. Steiner 



PHILOMATHEAN 

The Philomathean Literary Society was founded at Stout 
in 1912. Until 1921, it was interested solely in literature; 
then it reorganized with a limited but carefully selected mem- 
bership. Its activities became social as well as literary— 
never losing, however, the primary interest in literature and 
literary criticism. That interest has grown with the years. 

Advisers 

Miss Lawton, Mrs. Wilson 

Class oi 1938 

Virginia Bryant, Lorene Graslie. Jeanne Myron, Edna Voight. Jeannette 
Hansen. Betty Webb, Fanchon Johnson. Edna Ebert. Mary Ellen Klatt 
Alma Rausch. Marjorie Steiner. Mary O'Hara 

Class ot 1939 

Marian Peterson. Chloe Larson, Jean Morgan 
Class ol 1940 

Virginia Ray. Carol Snell, Betty Milnes, Dorothy Vaaler, Mary Clark, 

Charlotte Roach. Margaret Leist. Marjory Jackson. Cecilia Domke Annette 

Brekke, Virginia Wild, Mary Blair 

Class ot 1941 
Elfrieda Kohls 



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Rear Row: M. Moore, J. Quilling. F. Snively, S. Quilling, J. Miller. D. Stover 
Third flow: B. Quilling, L. Volp, T. Jeotren, M. Clark, B. Sand, J. Johnson, 
S. Reese 

Second Row: M. Steinberg, M. Norman, M. Medtlie, D. Dee. M. King, E 
Powers 

Fiist Row: M. Quilling, B. Kieth, Mrs. Butler. Miss Jeter, M, McGuinness R 
Good 



S. M. A. 

The S. M. A. Society fosters a widely varied program for 
its members, and it sponsors many all school functions. 

Each spring, S. M. A. brings to the college an exhibit of 
reprints of some of the world's great paintings. Another 
service to the college is the club's loan fund, established to 
aid worthy students. 

Advisers 
Miss Jeter, Mrs. Butler 

Class of 1939 

Sara Quilling, Francis Snively. Jane Quilling, Thea Jeatran, Mary Margaret 
Horrnan, Doris Dee, Betty Keith. Ruth Good 

Class of 1939 

Jeanne Miller, Maxine Clark. Marlys Medtlie, Mary Rowe Quilling. Marv 
Helen McGuinness 

Class of 1940 

Virginia Moore. Doris Stover, Elisabeth Quilling, Lois Volp, Beatrice Sand, 
Janet Johnson, Shirley Reese. Margaret Steinburg. Margaret Ann King 
Ediih Powers 



S. M. A. 



OFFICERS 

Betty Keith 

President 

Ruth Good 

VicePresidenr 

Mary Rowe Quilling 

Secretary 

Mary Helen McGuinness 

Treasurer 



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STOUTONIA 




Elmer Clausen 
Editor 

William Ley he 
Business Manager 



Rear Row: F. Becker. M. Leist. P. Johnson. M. Gullickson. B. Nichols, J. 
Miller, F. Hartung 

Fourth Row: N. Goehring. A. Petersen. R. Goeres. L. Swanson. J. Hansen. 
P. Dockar, J. Braun, H. Anderson 

Third Row: C. Roe- he, E. Leyhe, L. Stolfo, D. Wieland, L. Whydolski, L. 
Styer, D. Slyer 

Second Row: E. Ebert. B. Quilling, L Olsen. R. Lange, J. Orlady. G. Green. 
M. Mesken, V. Owen 

Fronf Row: E. Moldenhauer, R. Christman, B. Leyhe, E. Tretlin, Mr. Baker. 
E. Clausen. C. Stukey 



THE STOUTONIA 

The Stoutonia, the weekly publication of The Stout In- 
stitute, furnishes news, school publicity, and amusement to 
students and faculty and serves as valuable educational 
training for those who participate in its publication. 

Adviser 
Mr. Baker 

Class of 1938 
Donald Wieland. Leo Styer, Edna Ebert, William Leyhe. Elisabeth Trettin 

Class of 1939 
Florence Becker, Jeanne Miller, Frances Hartung, Audrey Petersen, Lorraine 
Swanson, Inez Olson, Eilert Moldenhauer. Elmer Clausen. Carl Stukey 

Class of 1940 

Margaret Leist, Ruth Goeres. Leonard Stolfo, Donald S.ver. Elisabeth Quilling. 
Jean Orlady, Gratia Green, Vera Owen 

Class of 1941 

Fearl Johnson, Marian Gullickson, Betty Nichols. Jar.e Hansen. Margaret 
Dockar. Jeanne Braun, Harriet Anderson. Charlotte Roethe, Edward Leyhe, 
Lloyd Whydotski. Ruth Lange. Mildred Mesken, Raymond Christman 



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James Peterman. Art Editor; John Hub, Photographic Editor; Mr. Baker, Adviser; 
Lucille Joshua, Women's Editor; Virginia Bryant, Organization Editor; Joseph 
Tondryk, Business Manager; Paul Brown, Editor; Miss Callahan. Adviser. 



THE TOWER 

Publishing a representative yearbook takes considerable 
planning and forethought. The work falls to a small group 
of students from each class; the profits in experience are theirs. 

To the college body the staff of each year presents the 
result of long hours of work, hoping that for each student 
the Tower may be a treasured book of memories. 



Advisers 
Mr. Baker, Miss Callahan 

Class ot 1938 
Virginia Bryant, Jeannette Hansen, Ernest Frey 

Class of 1939 
Lucille Joshua, Paul Brown, Agatha Norton 

Class ot 1940 
Joseph Tondryk 

Class of 1941 
James Peterman. John Hub 



TOWER 



OFFICERS 

Paul Brown 
Editor 

Joseph Tondryk 
Business Manager 



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HALL 



OFFICERS 

Robert Martin 

President 

Robert Wierman 

Vice-President 

John Hub 

Secretary 

Robert Olson 
Treasurer 

Kent Martin 
Sergeanf-a(-Arms 



Class of 1938 

John Brophy, Earl Laatsch, William Leyhe, Albert Mueller, George Sogge, 
William Wivell 

Class of 1939 

Elmer Clausen, Owin Fahling, Edward Kriz, Mahn Kuen Lee, Oliver Luey, 
Bert Mizuha, Robert Olson, Adrian Pollock, Wayne Pool, Sidney Seoville, 
William ShaneyleH, Joseph Stangl, David Thomas 

Class of 1940 

Paul Adams, Curtis Anderson, Charles Barnoske, Arland Bartelt, Gerald 
Bassler, Earl Beckman, Rolf Berg, Clement Bogaard, Everett Bolduc, Robert 
Douglass. Hiroshi Goto, Ray Hollister. Darrel Lemke, Lawrence Lindgren, 
Kent Martin, Robert Martin, James McGilvary, Harlyn Olsen, Arthur Otteson. 
Robert Sandin, Harold Snyder, George Sell, Karl Seitz, Bruce Tasker, Joseph 
Ton dry k, Robert Wierman, Lloyd Whydotski, Walter Busch 

Class of 1941 

Chester Anderson, Ernest Beeraft, Israel Bensman, Waldron Bitney, Walter 
Billiet, Frank Burman, Raymond Christman, Carl Christiansen, Ralph De 
Grand, Duane Herold, Kenichi Higa, James Hill, John Hub, Roger Jewett. 
Robert King, Edwin Kinney, Edward Leyhe, Jay Lockerby, Robert Maidl, 
Fred Morris, Jack Moskewltz, Yoshiharu Ogata, La Roy Olson, Henry Petryk, 
James Peterman. Steven Playter, William Radtke, Howard Hathlesberger, 
Philip Ruehl, John Ruedebusch, Douglas Sandow, Robert Schneider, 
Charles Steber, Richard Trezona, Norman Wedekind, Harlan Wehrwein, 
Carl Wischan, Erbe Wold 



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TAINTER HALL AND TAINTER ANNEX 

Re sic/en t Directors 

Mrs. Dow. Miss Baehmann 

Class of 1940 

Eleanor Morris, Viola Luebke. Virginia Wild, Betty Smith, Dorothy Hoeppner. 
Marjory Jackson, Margaret Ann King, Dorothy Vaaler, Marjory Turner, 
Jean Nautin, Hortense Richardson, Ellen Tuttle, Margaret Leist, Gyla 
Swanson, Bemetta Kahabaka. Eleanor Buethe, Marguerite Benti, Zella Joas, 
Ruth Perry, Carol Dreyer. Germaine Byrne, Carol Snell. Jean Hill. Gwendolyn 
Jones, Ruth Goereu, Myrtle Smith, Isabel O'Meara, Wilma Bunge 

CJass of 1941 

Mildred Meskin. Carol Wunrow, Margaret Johns, Eleanor Johnson, Marjorie 
Bard, Lois Farner, Lois Kasmark, Helen Willems, Helen Rogers, Margaret 
Knight, Dorothy Scothorn. Geraldine Barr, Lois Strahm. Helen Abendschein 
Margaret Rodan. Violet Zastrow, Charlotte Rilling. Betty Nichols. Harriet 
Dillon, Ellen Heuser, June Perry, Jane Hansen. Marian Wharton, Helen 
Madson. Edna Kosg, Marion Gullickson, Dorothy Williams. Jane Ecke, Harriet 
Anderson, Rulh Nelson, Jeanne Braun, Charlotte Roethe, Rose Marie Norman 
Dorothea Steckling, Ethel Ainger 



TAINTER 

ANNEX and 

HALL 



OFFICERS 

Elizabeth Doerfler 

Annex President 

Marjorie Jackson 

Ha!! President 



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BAND 



OFFICERS 

Rowland Morrison 
President 

Ruth Goeres 

Secretary 
and Treasurer 

Wayne Pool 
Librarian 



BAND 

The activities of the College Band range from furnishing 
music for various athletic events to presenting excellent con- 
certs. In February the band gave three concerts, for the 
college, for the high school, and for the people of Menomonie. 

Band Master 

Mr. Cooke 
Drum Major 

Chester Orvold 

Class of 1938 

Doro'.hy Erickson, Elliot Selves, Henry Hartman, Jeanette Stamen, Ardys 
Christiansen, Earl Volp, Lorenzo Newman 

Class of 1939 
Chester Orvold, Dorothy Oosterhous, Eilert Moldenhauer, Harold McClung. 
Stanley Sorenson, Elaine Bourgeois, Dean Brown, Florence Becker, Rowland 
Morrison, Robert Schultz, James Solberg, Robert Rumsey. Ervin Enli, Wavne 
Pool. William Voss 

Class of 1940 

James Brekzman. Ruth Goeres. Donald MacGregor, Zella Joos, Jerome 
Erpenbach, Eleanor Becker. Gyla Swanson, Betty Block, Gerald Hawkinson, 
Merton Jesseli. Mary Case. Arland Bartelt, Rolf Berg. Karl Seitz, Ralph 
Martinson, Harold Snyder, Joseph Tondryk, John Finney. Charles Barnoske 

Class of I94i 

Margaret Knight, Carl Wischan. La Verne Forster, Charles Finney. Robert 
Drake. Violet Zastrow. Roger Jewett, Ransom McMiller, Edna Koss, Elmo 
Wolbert. Richard Trezona, John Ruedebusch. Leland Score, Donald Stien. 
Raymond Christ man, Robert Keith, Robert Schneider 



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ORCHESTRA 



ORCHESTRA 

The Stout Orchestra is composed of students who wish 
to develop in themselves and in others the ability to appreci- 
ate music of the best quality. The group holds frequent re- 
hearsals, presents a concert, and plays at the Manual Arts 
Players' productions. 

Director 
Mr. Cooke 

Class ot 1938 
Harry Olstad, Earl Volp 

Class ot 1939 

Stanley Sorenson, Harold McClung, Dorothy Oosterhous, Rowland Mor* 
rison. Erwin Enli, Wayne Pool 

Class of 1940 

Gerald Hawkineon, Majesta Shearer. James Breitzman, Harold Snyder, 
John Finney. Jerome Erpenbach 

Class of 1941 

Fames Bressler. Margaret Dockar, Carl Wischan. Israel Bensman, Charles 
Finney. Roger Jewett. Raymond Christman. Robert Keith 



OFFICERS 

Gerald Hawkinson 
President 

James Bressler 
Vice-President 

Margaret Dockar 

Secretary 

and Treasurer 



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MEN'S 
GLEE CLUB 




OFFICERS 

Walter LcTondresse 
President 

Sydney Scoville 

Secretary 

and Treasurer 

Harry Olstad 

Business Manager 



MEN'S GLEE CLUB 



He who said, "Music washes away from the soul the dust 
of everyday life," voiced the purpose of the Men's Glee Club 
— to provide students with pleasant yet instructive recreation 
in hours of singing. The club is open to all students interested 
in musical or vocal training. 

The interesting activities of the organization include an 
annual concert tour of sections of Wisconsin and Minnesota 
a formal concert, and an annual broadcast. 



Director 
Mr. Harold Cooke 

Class ot 1938 
Leo Slyer, Keil Blank, Neil Blank, Eugene Neubauer. Harry Olstad, Walter 
LaTondresse. Eart Volp, Warren Conrad, Stanley Fox 

Ctass ot 1939 
Harold McClung. Robert Olson. Sydney Scoville, Palmer Brekke, Dean Brown, 
Wayne Pool, Rowland Morrison, Carl Stukey 

Class ot 1940 

Joseph Tondryk, Donald MacGregor, John Finney. Loyd Miller, Ralph Mar- 
tinson. Harold Kraft, Gerald Hawlrinson, Norman Running. Leonard Slolio, 
Donald Hansen, Rolf Berg, Ardin Larson, Robert Wierman, Arland Bartelt, 
Lavern Slyer. Curtis Anderson 

Class ot 1941 

Richard Trezona. Robert McLeod. Raymond Christman, Charles Finney, James 
Peierman, Robert Keith, Karl Seitz, Everett Hasse 



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WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 

The Women's Glee Club, known also as the Symphonic 
Singers, is composed of forty voices selected through com- 
petitive tryouts. The club presents an annual concert and 
with the Men's Glee Club forms the Christmas Choir. 

Director 
Mr. Cooke 

Class of 1938 

Betty Keith, Marjorie Lulloff, Eleanor Nelson. Francis Snively, Marie Averill, 
Harriet Milliren, Ruth Good. Betty Pribnow, Lorraine Amman, Doris Dee 
Edna Ebert. Mary Ellen Klatt. Thea Jeatran 

Class of 1939 
Lucille Joshua. Grace Jens, Catherine Roethe, Thelma Haaya. Catherine 
Kirk, Margaret Nichols, Margaret Gunderson. Agatha Norton, Jeanette 
Slaroen, Margaret Amundson. Mary Rowe Quilling. Ruth Fahling, Sarah 
Roberts 

Class of 1940 
Betty Quilling. Ruth Goeres. Betty Milnes. Gyla Swanson. Gracia Green, 
Marjorie Jackson, Leila Larson. Geneva Muenchow. Viola Luebke Eleanor 
Morris Jean Naulin, Virginia Ray. Virginia Wild. Carol Snell. Beatrice 
Sand, Joyce Scott, Charlotte Roach. Mary Case. Marguerite Govin. Lucille 
Waller, Zella Joos 

Class of 1941 

Virginia Billmayer, Jane Ecke, Ruth Lange, Nelda Goehring, Betty Strong, 
Lillian Baxter, Marjorie Johnston, Violet Zastrow, Charlotte Roethe, Lois 
Kasmark 



WOMEN'S 
GLEE CLUB 



OFFICERS 

Catherine Kirk 

President 

Marlys Medtlie 

Vice-President 

Margaret Govin 

Secretary 
and Treasurer 



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MANUAL 

ARTS 
PLAYERS 




OFFICERS 

Willis Rockwell 

President 

Virginia Wild 
Secretary 

Harold Snyder 

Treasurer 

Arland Bartelt 

Business Manager 



Rear Row: R. Johnson. E. Leyhe. N. Wedekind. P. Brown, C. Stukey I 
Fortin. A. Pollock, D. Brown 

Third Row: V. Bryant, L. Graslie, D. Mate. C, Roeihe. M, LulloH. M. 
Amundson, B. Milne*, f. Naulin 

Second Row: R. Potter. M. E. Klatt. G. Green, J. Snoyenbos, J Ecke M 
Smith, B. Keith 

First Row: A. Bartelt. V. Wild. C. Snell. Mr. Ives, D. Wieland, H. Anderson 



MANUAL ARTS PLAYERS 

The efforts of the Manual Arts Players realize a threefold 
purpose: the development of appreciation of the drama, the 
attainment of skill in the art of impersonation, and the pro- 
vision of training which may serve as a preparation for 
furture activity in amateur productions. 



Advisers 
Mr. Ives, Mr. Grinnell 

Ciass of 1938 

Robert Johnson. Virginia Bryant. Mary Ellen Klatt. Donald Wieland. John 
Fortin. Lorene Graslie, Marjorie Lulloff. Roselyn Potter, Betty Kei:h 

Class o/ 1939 
Paul Brown. Carl Stukey, Adrian Pollock. Dean Brown, Do ra Mate, 
Catherine Roeihe, Margaret Amundson, Jean Snoyenbos, Myrtle Smith Willis 
Rockwell 

Class of 1940 

Betty Milnes. Jean Naulin, Gracia Green. Arland Bartelt, Virginia Wild 
Carol Snell, Harold Snyder 

Class of 1941 
Edward Leyhe, Norman Wedekind. Jane Ecke, Harriette Anderson 



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M.A.P. 

PRESENTA- 
TIONS 




PLAYS 
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REPRESENTATIVE 





MARGARET AMUNDSON 

Sophomore recipient of Eichelberqer 
Scholarship 



EUGENE NEUBAUER 

Junior recipient of Eichelberger 
Scholarship 





STUDENTS 



BETTY KEITH 

Junior recipient of Eichelberger 
Scholarship 




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PAUL BROWN 

Sophomore recipient of Eichelberger 
Scholarship 



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CATHERINE KIRK 

Sophomore recipient of Eichelberqer 
Scholarshio 



ELMER CLAUSE** 

Sophomore recipient of Eichelberger 
Scholarship 




STUDENTS 



MARIAN WAGNER 

Junior recipient of Eichelbergei 
Scholarship 




JOHN BROPHY 

Junior recipient of EicheJberger 
Scholarship 



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Chester Orvold Marjorie Turner 
junior Prom King and Queen 




Inter-Society Chairmen 
Thelma Haaya. Lucille Joshua. Alma Rausch. Betty Keith 





COACH CRAWFORD 



Managers Running, Formoe- 




Cheer leaders Keith. Johnson, Maly 



Athletics has passed through another history-making year. 
Stout defeated La Crosse in a conference basketball game. 



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Hear Row: Assistant Coach Allen. Skinner, Hintzman. McLain. Owens, Confer, 
House, Barbo, Jessel. Bailey. Hub. Adams. Coach Crawford, Morrison, Otteson, 
Blair, McKernon. Martin, Bossier, Moe, Maidl, Pagel, Cramer 

First Bow: Running, Dolejs, Alt. Milinovich. Campbell. Paulson, Odell, Richter, 
Murphy, Hansen, Miller. Von Gonten 



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Stevens Point . 


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Stout .... 


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Northland 


12 


Stout .... 





Superior 


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Stout .... 


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La Crosse 


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Stout 


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Eau Claire 


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Rear flow; Coach Crawford. William Wivell. Loyd Milter. Clifford Moe. Shi 
Spreiter, Howard Daher, James Solberq, Coach Allen 



first flow; Garnett Nobiensky, Donald Miller, Stanley Olson, Paul Sch 
Pat Murphy, John Richter, Gordon Von Gonten 



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Stout 17 St. Thomas 

Stout 17 Oshkosh 

Stout 35 Oshkosh 

Stout 22 Stevens Point 

Stout 29 Jordan 

Stout 20 Eau Claire Y.M.C.A. 

Stout 30 Eau Claire 

Stout 36 



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Stout 35 
Stout 30 
Stout 42 
Stout 39 
Stout 39 
Stout 39 
Stout 28 



La Crosse 35 



River Falls 
Eau Claire 
La Crosse 
Superior 
River Falls 
Lawrence 
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INTRAMURALS 



Accuracy of eye and arm 
make a billiard player. 



Basketball leads the ac- 
tivities of men's intra- 
murals. 



Splash 1 and an enlivening 
swim. 



It's pin time again. 



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Women's 
INTRAMURALS 



A brisk autumn day and 
field hockey. 



A rigid arm and a true 
eye aid the archery team. 



It is the field goal that 
counts in basketball. 




Strike, and will we be 
happy! 



Look out for those shins, 
for the girls really go after 
the ball. 



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INDEX 



Abendschein, Helen 43. 57. 67 

Aber, Georgia 11. 47. 60 

Adams. Paul 66. 81 

Ainger. Ethel 40, 67 

Allen, Clarence 26. 79. 81, 82 

Allen. Edna 56 

All. George 52. 53. 58, 81 

Alpha Psi Omega 45 

Amundson. Margaret, 26. 44, 47, 49. 57. 

60, 71. 72. 74 
Anderson, Chester 41, 66 
Anderson. Curtis 59, 66, 70 
Anderson, Harriette 39. 56. 64. 67, 72 
Anderson. Wilfred 43, 50 
Antrim. Keturah 11, 54, 60 
Antrim, R. Bruce 16 
Arts and Crafts 48 
Ausman. Lorraine 18, 51, 57, 71 
Averill, Marie 18, 47. 49, 60. 71 



Bach ma nn. Freda 11, 67 

Bagan, Bernice 39 

Bailey, Paul 53, 59. 81 

Baker. William R. 11. 52, 64, 65 

Bakken, Grant 42 

Bakken. Ward 18 

Band 68 

Barbo. Agdur 58 

Barbo. Ingmar 34. 44. 53. 59, 81 

Bard. Marjorie 67 

Bamoske, Charles 34. 66. 68 

Barr. Geraldine 39. 42, 57. 67 

Bartelt. Artand 36, 59, 66, 70, 72 

Bartlett. Velma 18, 60, 68 

Basket Ball 82 

Bossier, Gerald 33, 58. 66. 81 

Baudek. Anthony 18. 50 

Baxter, Lillian 35. 71. 72 

Becker. Eleanor 34. 54. 68 

Becker. Florence 26, 54, 57. 64, 68 

Becker, Minnie 16 

Bockman, Earl 53. 66 

Becraft, Ernest 66 

Benn. Marguerite 38. 57, 67 

Bennett. Louise 26 

Bensman, Israel 66. 69 

Berg. Rolf 66. 68. 70 

Bergman, Dorothy 34 

Billiet, Walter 36. 66 

Billmayer. Virginia 39. 60. 71 

Bitney. Waldron 43. 66 

Blair. Frederick 26, 46, 50. 55. 81 

Blair. Mary 35. 49. 62 

Blank. Keil 17, 48. 70 

Blank. Marcia 26, 49. 61 

Blank. Neil 18. 48. 70 

Block, Betty 68 

Blom. Dr. Julius 16 

Boehlke. Florence 18, 47, 60 

Bogaard, Clement 66 

Bolduc, Everett 26. 53. 66 

Bonacci, Rinaldo 18. 50 

Bourgeois, Elaine 26, 61. 68 

Bousley. Dorothy 26, 60 

Bow. Vivian 40 

Bowman, Clyde A. 11, 46 

Braun, Jeanne 64, 67 

Breitzman, James 33, 68. 69 

Brekke. Annette 35. 57. 62 



Brekke, Palmer 52, 70 

Brenner, Felix W. 36 

Bressler, James 43. 69 

Brophy, John 18, 42, 56, 66, 77 

Brown, Arthur G. 12, 46 

Brown. Dean 26. 46. 52. 55. 68. 70. 72 

Brown. Lowell 18. 50 

Brown. Paul 26. 45, 59. 65. 72. 75 

Brunner. Burdine 12. 56 

Bryant. Virginia 18. 45. 62. 65. 72 

Buchanan, Louise 12 

Buethe, Elecnore 36. 67 

Bunge, Wilma 37, 57. 67 

Burman. Frank 43. 66 

Burns, Joseph T. 16 

Busch. Walter 66 

Butler, Mrs. F. E. 63 

Byrne. Germaine 35. 56. 67 



Callahan. Gertrude 12. 65 

Camerer, Paul 55 

Campbell, William 52. 53, 81 

Carroll, Virginia 60 

Carry!, Marion 42, 57 

Carson. Lillian 12. 56 

Case. Mary 36. 54. 57. 68. 71 

Chenowith. Estella 35, 57, 60 

Christensen, William 26, 46, 48. 58 

Christiansen. Ardys 18. 51. 56. 68 

Christiansen, Carl 55, 66 

Christman, Raymond 64. 66. 68. 69. 70 

Christopherson. Irene 19, 47, 49 

Clark. Mary 38. 62 

Clark. Maxine 26, 63 

Clausen, Elmer 25. 46. 52. 53. 64. 66. 76 

Clementson. Orin 42 

Confer. Howard 81 

Conrad, Warren 55, 70 

Cooke. Harold 12. 66. 68. 69. 70. 71 

Cramer. Neil 43, 81 

Crawford, Walter 12, 53, 79, 81, 82 

Cruise, Winnona 12, 47, 49. 51 

Curtis. Elizabeth 42 

Curran, Fred 12, 46 



Daher, Howard 26. 82 
Dawson, Helen 27 
Dawley. John 12, 55, 58 
DeBoer. Phyllis 27 
Dee, Doris 19. 63. 71 
De Grand, Ralph 40, 55, 66 
Deh ringer. Gordon 43 
Dillon. Harriet 67 
Dockar, Margaret 39. 56, 64 
Doerfler, Elizabeth 34, 51 
Dolejs, Joseph 53. 58. 81 
Domke. Cecilia 33. 49. 62 
Douglass. Robert 66 
Dow, Grace 16, 67 
Drake, Robert 42. 68 
Dreyer, Carol 57, 67 
Druley, Helen 12 
Duesing. Georgia 19 



Ebert, Edna 19, 62. 64. 71 
Ecke, Jane 42, 57. 67. 71. 72 
Edwards. J. Darrell 40 



Eckstrand. Greta 35 

Engel. Bertrand 27 

Engeldinger. Margaret 27 

Enli, Irwin 58, 68, 69 

Epsilon Pi Tau 46 

Erickson, Dorothy 51. 56, 61. 68 

Erpenbach, Jerome 38. 59, 68. 69 



Fahling, Owin 27, 39, 46, S5. 66 

Fahling. Ruth 27, 54, 60. 71 

Farner. Lois 43, 67 

Finney. Charles 41, 68. 69. 70 

Finney. John 68, 69, 70 

Flick. Doris 24 

Folk. Rose 38, 61 

Formoe. Robert 41, 79 

Forster, Laverne 68 

Fortin, John 19, 45, 59, 72 

Fosdal, Karen 27, 49, 60 

F. O. B. 58 

Football 79 

Fox, Stanley 19, 46. 48, 70 

Frey. Ernest 19 

Froggatt, Lillian 13 

Friedl. Agnes 19, 47, 61 

Funk. B. M. 16 



Gibson, Margaret 27 

Gibson, Ellen 39 

Goehring. Nelda 39, 64, 71 

Goeres. Ruth 37. 64. 67. 68. 71 

Good. Harry 13. 46. 58 

Good, Ruth 19. 63, 70 

Goodwin. Ralph 40 

Goto. Hiroshi 33, 66 

Covin, Marguerite 33. 71 

Graslie. Lorene 19, 62, 72 

Green. Daniel 13 

Green, Gracia 35, 64. 71, 72 

Gregg. Mrs. Paul 60 

Grinnell, J. Erie 11. 45, 59, 72 

Gronseth, Oscar 46. 52 

Gullickson. Marion 64, 67 

Gunderson, Margaret 27, 51. 54, 56, 71 



Haaya. Thelma 27, 61. 71, 78 

Halverson. Eugene 36 

Hansen. Donald S3. 70. 81 

Hansen, H. M. 13 

Hansen, Jeannette 19. 47, 49. 62 

Hansen, Genevieve 27. 49, 57 

Hanson, La Verne 35. 60. 64 

Harrington. Edwin 20, 48. 53, 58 

Hartmann. Henry 68 

Hartung. Frances 27. 47. 54. 64 

Hasse, Everett 42, 70 

Hawkinson, Gerald 34, 59, 68, 69, 70 

Haworth, Mervin 36 

Hed, Agnes 20, 47, 61 

Helium, Jack 20 

Herald. Duane 43. 56 

Heuser, Ellen 42. 56. 67 

Hickox, Virginia 57 

Higa, Kenichi 66 

Hill. James 41. 66 

Hill. Jean 38. 56. 67 

Hillman. Lionel 38 






Hintzman. Donald 42. 81 
Hoeppner. Dorothy 67 
Hollister, Ray 33, 66 
Home Economics Club 49 
Horman, John 40 
Houston, Alice 13, 47 
House, Frederick 81 
Howard. Claude S3 
Hub, John 41, 65. 66, 81 
Huebner, Roland 27 
Hulter, Henry 20. 48, 59 
Hyperions 60 



Ives, Almon 13. 45, 72 



Jackson, Marjorie 37, 62, 67. 71 

Jain, Ralph 43 

Jeatran, Thea 63, 71 

Jens, Grace 27, 71 

Jensen. Elizabeth 57 

Jensen, Hans 40 

Jensen, Weston 20 

Jessel!. Merton 34. 68. 81 

Jeter, Lillian 13, 63 

Jewett. Roger 41, 66, 68. 69 

Johns, Margaret 56, 67 

Johnson, Dorothy 13, 47 

Johnson, Alberta 42 

Johnson. Elanor 43, 56. 67 

Johnson, Fanchon 26, 62 

Johnson, Janet 37, 63 

Johnson, Or vis 34, 55. 59 

Johnson, Pearl 42, 57, 64 

Johnson. Robert J. 45 

Johnson, Robert O. 20, 58. 72. 79 

Johnson. Wallace 53 

Johnson, William 20 

Johnston. Marjorie 40, 57, 71 

Jones, Gwendolyn 37, 56, 67 

Joos, Zella 37, 57, 67, 68, 71 

Joshua. Lucille 28, 60, 65. 71. 78 



Kahabka, Bemetta 57, 67 

Kasmark, Lois 39. 56. 67 

Kees. Donald. 28, 50 

Kees, Harold 28 

K. F. S. 59 

Keith, Betty 20, 45. 63, 71, 72, 75, 78, 79 

Keith, Floyd 13 

Keith. Robert 20, 41, 68, 69 

King, Margaret 35. 37, 63. 67 

King, Robert 41, 66 

Kinney, Edwin 40, 66 

Kinney, W. Allen 36 

Kirk, Catherine 28, 47, 54, 56, 61, 76 

Kirk. Louise 38. 56, 61 

Klatt, Mary Ellen 20, 45, 62, 71, 72 

Knight. Margaret 43. 56. 67. 68 

Koch. Clinton 38 

Kohls. Elfrieda 54. 62 

Koss. Edna 67. 68 

Kraft. Harold 34, 70 

Kranzusch. Ray 13, 48 

Krause, Kathryn 28. 51. 56. 60 

Kriz. Edward 28, 52, 66 

Kuenzi, Mary 37, 57 

Kurz, Jerry 20 



INDEX 



Laatsch, Earl 20, 48, 59 

Laatsch, Ruth 28, 47, 61, 66 

Lamphere, Florin 38 

Lanckton, John 21 

Lange, Ruth 39, 57, 64. 71 

La Point, Mrs. G. W. 61 

Larson, Ardin 28, 70 

Larson. Chloe 28. 51. 62 

Larson, Katherine 38 

Larson, Leila 28, 54, 56. 60, 71 

Lartz, George 21 

La Tondresse. Walter 21, 46, 48, 59, 70 

Lawton, Mildred 14. 62 

Lee, Mahn Kuen 66 

Leedom, Mabel 14 

Leist. Margaret 37. 62, 64 

Lemke, Darrel 33, 66 

Lendved, Helen 57 

Ley he. Edward 40. 48. 64, 66. 72 

Ley he, William 21, 52, 59, 60, 64 

Lindgren, Lawrence 66 

Lockerby, Jay 43, 66 

Luebke, Viola 35. 61. 68, 71 

Luey, Oliver 66 

Lullott, Marjorie 21, 71, 72 

Lusby. Ruth 14. 61 

Lynwood Hall 66 



McCalmont, Mary 14, 51, 56 

MacGregor, Donald 38, 52, 68, 70 

Madden, Lois 49 

Madson, Helen 67 

Maidl, Robert 66, 81 

Maly. Patricia 79 

M. A. P. 72 

Martin, Robert 36, 52. 59, 66 

Martin, W. Kent 35, 53. 66. 81 

Martinson, Ralph 68, 70 

Mather. Arthur 21. 46, 48. 59 

Matz, Dora 28, 51, 72 

McClung. Harold 28, 55, 68, 69. 70 

McGilvary, James 66 

McGuiness, Mary Helen 28, 63 

McKernon, Arnold 53, 81 

McLain. Malcolm 41, 81 

McLeod, Robert 51, 70 

McMahon, lone 42 

MeMiller, Ransom 41. 68 

Medtlie. Marlys 28. 63 

Men's Glee Club 20 

Metallurgy 50 

Meittunen. Hazel 39, 56 

Mesken, Mildred 64, 67 

Michaels, Ruth 11, 47 

Michaels, Sylvia 35 

Michelbook, Ruth 40 

Milbrot, Velda 21. 49. 51 

Milinovich, Nick 29, 53. 81 

Miller. Charles 43 

Miller. Donald 29. 53, 81, 82 

Miller. Jeanne 25, 63. 64 

Miller. Loyd 55. 70, 82 

Miller, Norman 21 

Milliren, Harriet 21. 71 

Milnes, Betty 45. 62. 71. 72 

Milnes. H. C. 14, 50 

Mitchell, William 40 



Mizuha, Bert 29, 55. 66 
Moe, Clifford 29. 55. 66 
Moldenhauer. Eilert 29, 53. 64. 68 
Moore. Virginia 36. 63 
Morgan, Jean 29, 47, 57, 62 
Morris, Eleanor 38. 56, 61, 67, 71 
Morris, Fred 41, 55. 66 
Morrison. Earl 40. 81 
Morrison. Rowland 29. 59, 68. 69. 70 
Moskewitz, Jack 41. 66 
Mueller, Albert 21, 66 
Muenchow, Geneva 42. 71 
Murphy. Pat 43. 53. 81. 82 
Myron, Jeanne 21, 44. 47, 62 



Naden, Gardner 29, 46 

Naulin, Jean 34. 67. 71. 72 

Nelson, Burton E. 10. 46 

Nelson, Eleanor 21, 71 

Nelson, Philip 40 

Nelson, Paul C. 14, 46 

Nelson, Ruth 39, 67 

Neubauer, Eugene 22, 44, 46, 59, 70, 74 

Neubauer. Gerhardt 22, 46 

Newman, Lorenzo 22. 68 

Ney, Jack 43 

Nichols. Margaret 29, 60. 64. 67. 71 

Nobiensky, Garr.ett 29. 48, 53, 58, 82 

Nogle, Rebecca 34 

Norman, Mary Margaret 63 

Norton, Agatha 29, 49, 61, 71 

Noihom, Paul 59 



Odell, William 29, 53, 81 

Ogata. Yoshihcri 41, 66 

O'Hara. Mary 22. 62 

Olsen, Harlyn 36. 66 

Olsen. Inez 29, 64 

Olsen, Ruth 38 

Olson, Robert 66. 70 

Olson, La Roy 66 

Olson, Stanley 40. 82 

Olstad, Harry 22. 46. 59. 69. 70 

O'Meara. Isabel 34. 67 

Oosterhous, Dorothy 29, 47, 51, 54, 68, 

69 
Orchestra 69 
Orlady, Jean 34, 64 
Orvold, Chester 25. 58. 68. 78 
Ostrom, Evert 45, 46 
Otteson, Arthur 36. 66, 81 
Owen, Vera 38, 56, 64 
Owens. Delmar 29, 59, 81 



Paget. Paul 38, 53, 59, 81 
Pallas Athene 61 
Paulson, Harold 22. 81 
Pederson, Kenneth 30 
Perry, June 67 
Perry, Ruth 38, 67 
Peterman. James 41, 65, 66, 70 
Petersen, Audrey 30, 47, 56, 64 
Petersen, Marian 30. 49, 62 
Petryk, Henry 66 
Philomathean 62 
Phi Upsilon Oraicron 47 
Playter, Steven 41. 66 






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INDEX 



Pollock, Adrian 30. 45. 52. 59. 66. 72 

Pool. Wayne 30. 48, 59, 66, 69. 70 

Porter. Bernard 22, 48 

Potter, Roselyn 22, 45, 61. 72 

Powers, Edith 63 

Pribnow, Betty 22. 56, 71 

Pribnow. Helen 30, 54, 56 

Price, Larman 16 

Price, John 22 

Price, Merle M. 11, 46, 53 



Quilling, Elizabeth 35, 64, 71 
Quilling, Henriette 14. 47, 60 
Quilling, lane 17, 63 
Quilling, Mary Bowe 30, 63. 71 
Quilling, Sara 22, 63 



Radtke, William 42. 66 

Rathlesberger. Howard 41, 66 

Rausch. Alma 22, 62, 78 

Ray. Virginia 35, 49, 62. 71 

Ray, I Edgar 14, 46 

Redgren, William 37 

Reese. Shirley 35, 63 

Reifenauer. Meltcher 41 

Reynolds, Lester 30 

Rich. C. L. 14 

Richardson, Hortense 37, 56, 61 

Richert, Vaun 23, 50 

Richter, John 41, 81. 82 

Riggert, Margaret 30 

Rilling, Charlotte 42, 57. 67 

Ritter. Robert 46. 48, 58 

Roach, Charlotte 38. 62, 71 

Boang, John 46, 58 

Roberts. Sarah 30. 57. 71 

Rockwell. Willis 30, 45. 46, 48. 72 

Rodan. Margaret 42, 67 

Roethe, Catherine 25, 45, 59. 61, 71, 72 

Roethe, Charlotte 39, 64, 67, 71 

Rogers, Mabel IS 

Rogers, Helen 43, 57, 67 

Roy, Wayraeth 39 

Ruedebusch, John 40, 55, 66, 68 

Ruehl, Philip 40, 66 

Rumsey, Robert 30, 52, 58. 81 

Running, Norman 68, 70, 79, 81 

Ruud, Meliord 53 



Sally, Frances 42 

Samdahl. Leo 36. 53 

Sand. Beatrice 63. 71 

Sandin, Robert 66 

Sandow, Douglas 41. 66 

Santee. Margaret 16 

Schaude, Lawrence 30. 46. 48. 58 

Schafer. Boyd 15, 59 

Scheer, Nora 42, 57 

Schilling. Clara 35, 37, 57 

Schneider, Robert 40. 66. 68 

Schnitger. Harriet 23, 56, 61 

Schrein. Lois 30. 57 

Schullz, Dorothy 31, 56 

Schultz, Robert 31, 55, 68 



Schwartz, Paul 41, 82 
Science Club 51 
S" Club S3 
Score, Leland 40, 68 
Scothorn, Dorothy 43, 57, 67 
Scott, Joyce 51. 57, 71 
Scoville, Sydney 31, 46. 58. 66. 70 
Sedivy. Helen 31. 54, 57 
Segerstrom, Eleanor 23, 60 
Seitz, Karl 66. 68, 70 
Sell, George 35. 66 
Sell. Lorraine 31, 54. 57 
Selves, Elliot 23, 68 
Shaneyfelt, William 46, 66 
Shearer, Majesta 39, 57, 69 
Sibley, Lela 33, 54 
Sister Mary Doris 31 
Sister Mary Telesphore 31 
Sister Mary Viler bia 31 
Skinner, Glyn 31, 50, 81 
Skinner. Sidney 53 
Slamen. Jeanette 31, 51, 57, 68, 71 
Slater. Edith 23. 47, 60 
S. M. A. 63 

Smith, Betty 35. 37, 54. 60, 67 
Smith, Harold 40 
Smith. Leban 15 
Smith, Myrtle 31. 67. 72 
Smith, Robert 43. 55 
Snaps 86 

Snell, Carol 37. 62, 67, 71. 72 
Snivelv, M. Frances 23, 63. 71 
Snoyenbos. lean 31, 51, 60. 72 
Snyder. Harold 45. 66. 68, 69. 72 
Sogge, George 23. 46. 48. 58 
Solberg. lames 31. 58, 68. 82 
Sorenson. Stanley 32. 68, 69 
Spreiter. Sherwood 32. 53, 82 
Springer, John 41 
S. S. A, Officers 44 
Stangl. Joseph 32. 66 
Starck, Freddie 32 
Steber. Charles 39, 41. 66 
Steckling. Dorothea 40. 42, 5? 
Steinburg. Margaret 47, 63 
Steiner. Marjory 17. 62 
Sterner, Rebecca 23 
Stien. Donald 68 
Stolfo, Leonard 37, 52. 64 
Stoutonia 64 
Stover, Doris 37. 63 
Strahm, Lois 39. 57, 67 
Stratton, Richard 41 
Strong, Betty 41. 71 
S. T. S. 52 

Stukey. Carl 32, 55. 64. 70, 72 
Styer, Donald 38 
Styer, Lavern 36, 64. 70 
Styer, Leo 23, 50, 64. 70 
Sule, Betty 39 

Swanson, Gyla 51. 54, 67. 68. 71 
Swanson. Lorainne 32, 54, 56, 57, 64 



Tasker, John 34, 66 
Taylor, Helen 38, 60 
Thomas, David 48, 58, 66 



Thompson. Ruth 38. 51 

Tiffany. Herbert 34 

Tondryk. Joseph 37, 59, 65, 66. 68. 70 

Tower 65 

Trettin. Elizabeth 23. SI, 54. 61. 64 

Treweek, Margaret 32. 47. 51. 54 

Trezona, Richard 40, 55, 66, 67. 70 

Trullinger. Gladys 15, 47 

Trusler, Gretchen 32 

Turner, Marian 32. 60 

Turner, Marjory 37, 38, 67, 78 

Tustison, F. E. 15 

Tuttle. Doris 51. 54, 59 

Tuttle. Ellen 33, 54. 57, 67 

Tylee. Robert 42 



Van Ness. Hazel 15 

Vaaler. Dorothy 37, 62, 67 

Vincent, Vernon 23 

Vogtsberger, Irvin 32 • 

Voight, Edna 23, 63 

Volp, Earl 24, 68, 69, 70 

Volp. Lois 35, 63 

Von Gonten, Gorden 17, 53, 58, 81. 82 

Voss, William 32. 68 



W. A. A. 54 

Wagner, Marion 24. 47. 51, 54, 71 

Waller. Lucille 35, 61. 71 

Walsh, Letitia 15. 47, 49 

Watson, Elizabeth 32. 51. 54 

Watson. Margaret 32 

Webb. Betty 24, 62 

Weber. Lyle 41 

Webert, Loyd 34 

Wedekind. Norman 43. 55. 66, 72 

Wehrwein, Harlan 66 

Weittenhiller, Ann 31, 51 

Welch. Robert 15. 46 

Wernlund. Ester 39 

Wharton, Marion 67 

Whydotski. Lloyd 36, 52, 64, 66 

Wieland, Donald 24. 48, 55, 64, 72 

Wierman. Robert 38, 58. 66, 70 

Wigen, Ray 15. 46 

Wild. Virginia 37, 49. 62, 64, 71, 72 

Will, Robert 35 

Wiliems. Helen 38, 57, 67 

Williams. Dorothy 43, 57. 67 

Williams. Isabella 15, 51 

Wilson, Mrs. Paul 62 

Winston, Agnes 16 

Wischan, Carl 39, 42, 66 

Wivell, William 24, 53, 58, 66. 68, 69, 

82 
Women's Glee Club 71 
Wold. Erbe 66 
Wolbert. Elmo 68 
Wunrow, Carol 39. 57, 67 
Y. M. C. A. 55 
Y. W. C. A. 56 



Zastrow. Violet 42, 56. 67, 
Zeilinger. Lorena 36. 51 



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Tower designed by Paul R. Brown and Joseph Tondryk, Jr.